If anyone's doing a tear out I'll be happy to try to swing a deal. Would love to be able get past 10 mph.

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Well, If you want to get to around 34-37 MPH, considerably more than 10, I have a pair of Medusa 400s that I just installed in a Hatteras but after getting a taste of increased speed, the owner wants to move up to Medusa 500s, so I have this pair of Medusa 400s, (430 HP/470 lbs.ft.) that have 18 hours on them and less than a month installed, that I'm willing to let go for $19K instead of the $24.5K they go for. 5 year warranty. Oh, and 650 lbs per unit as opposed to 1800 lbs.

Just another option.

Hi Byron. 

A pair of Cummins sounds like a fine idea. John Deere's look pretty interesting too. At this point it's going to be a stretch to just get an old pair of two-strokes that'll get the job done.

I'm weighing a repower against parting company with Chowderhead and moving on to something with more range and capability. She's a great old girl and she can slay sea monsters with the right powerplants. I love her dearly but repowering is a one-way investment.

Byron Smith said:

research Cummins 6b's

Hi Rudi.

Thanks for your note.  Switching over to gasoline is tempting but I don't have that much by way of budget and diesel has won me over.

Rudi Herbert said:

Well, If you want to get to around 34-37 MPH, considerably more than 10, I have a pair of Medusa 400s that I just installed in a Hatteras but after getting a taste of increased speed, the owner wants to move up to Medusa 500s, so I have this pair of Medusa 400s, (430 HP/470 lbs.ft.) that have 18 hours on them and less than a month installed, that I'm willing to let go for $19K instead of the $24.5K they go for. 5 year warranty. Oh, and 650 lbs per unit as opposed to 1800 lbs.

Just another option.

Wow a sport fish, never seen one in person. How many where made?

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